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Sapporo Snow Festival 2015 Photos. Assurment Lun Des Vnements Majeurs De Ce Dbut Danne Au

Sapporo Snow Festival in Japan features incredible ice and snow carvings. Check out photos from the 2012 Saporro Snow Festival!

Snow Festival is held in Japan Hokkaido. This sculpture is made of ice


The Sapporo Snow Festival is a festival held annually in Sapporo, Japan. This is one of the largest and most distinctive winter events. Millions of people visit Sapporo to see the hundreds of snow.

Diana and Prince Charles

October Princess Diana and Prince Charles attending the wedding of Princess Margaret's son Viscount David Linley to Serena Stanhope.


Flying Pinata Saucer and the Microchips off the Old Clockwork Lemon Pulpit's Lime Time Machine Gun


Where my son is currently serving as a missionary! The sculptures defy description. Made from snow and ice. This one is snow.

Sapporo Snow Festival

Sapporo Snow Festival 2009 To Open In Japan

Sapporo Snow Festival by brianfarrell, via Flickr (Life size - even the railings are made of snow and ice)

not a snow-covered building, but a sculpture built of snow and ice, Sapporo Snow Festival, Hokkaido, Japan


Gorgeous Use of Snow! The annual Snow Sculpture contest in Breckenridge, Colorado, attracts contestants from all over the world.

Snow Festival | by Jonas in China

In Harbin China´is an Ice and Snow festival. This is a life size building. Artists come from around the World to create art out of ice.

Have you ever visited some of the Ice and Snow Sculpture Festivals? If you have, then you know that some things are almost unbelievable even if you see them right in front of you. If you haven't, enjoy the picture gallery on this hub and think about the next travel place you'll visit!

Snow Sculptures - Amazing Photo Gallery

Wasserschlösschen - Hamburg, Germany

Wasserschlösschen - Hamburg, Germany-totally took a picture of this exact building!

Sapporo Snow Festival | Travel Japan Sapporo Snow Festival

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